With donations down at non-profits nationwide, Susan G. Komen makes case for virtual walk

Breast health tips

MADISON, Wis.– Every year, more than 250,000 million American women find out they have breast cancer. It’s the second-leading cause of cancer death among women.

This weekend, there’s a way you can help lessen the physical, emotional, and financial burden the disease has on Wisconsin families.

Susan G. Komen’s ‘More Than Pink’ walk is Sunday, September 26th. Like 2020, this year’s event is virtual.

Why sign up for a virtual walk?

  1. It’s convenient. Grab your family or friends and walk three miles wherever, whenever.
  2. Non-profits are struggling… and have been for more than a year. Two-thirds of donors either decreased or stopped volunteering in 2020.
  3. Local families aren’t getting the help they need. All the money raised through ‘More Than Pink’ stay local, funding breast cancer treatments, as well as rides to and from chemotherapy, childcare during treatment, and other essential services.

Are you or is someone you know fighting breast cancer?

Click here to learn more about Susan G. Komen and the life-saving services the organization provides.

Interested in making a difference?

Click here to sign up for the 2021 Susan G. Komen ‘More Than Pink’ walk.